Dec
15

If Not Now, When?

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Is 2013 going to be the year that you finally get to live your dream? Is this what you said last year? We are all on borrowed time without knowing when the clock will tick for the last time. If you don’t go for your dream in 2013, when will you go for it? Watch this short (1:09) video I taped in front of a LIVE audience in Boston, and I’ll look forward to your comments.

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Comments

  1. “If you have the belief then you already have what you believe.” mp

  2. Perry Carpenter says:

    It’s now or never. Goodbye reasons and excuses. Give me that microphone!

  3. Matt Harmon says:

    You hit the nail on the head, Wiz. It’s all about belief. The number one reason people postpone their dream is lack of belief that they can make it happen. For a long time, that was me. I am now starting to believe now in a way I didn’t before. Now the question for me is: Can I maintain that belief? I need to keep taking action now in order to achieve my dream. Because for most of us, if it’s not now, it’s never.

  4. Excellent point.

    And once again, it all comes back to one word: “belief”.

    Belief is like holding a magnifying glass in the sun – it brings all the energy into one tight focus, allowing you to burn through the obstacles in front of you.

    Thanks for the reminder, Steve!

    Wiz…

  5. Bryan Burke says:

    I love this blog post Steve! Great point of realization. We all need the wake up call once in a while.

    I’ve found that New Year resolutions are non-sense. People make them on the fly and end up abandoning them until the following year. Then they reflect back on what they didn’t accomplish the year before and the cycle continues.

    My 2013 goals are set and I’m looking forward to this being our year. This will be our year because my primary goal is to make sure that my techniques and behaviors are congruent with my expectations. In the past, I’ve had higher expectations but my actions have fallen short of my expected outcome. I realize that I have to pay the price to get what I want in life.

    Making money and achieving my goals is great but I also want to enjoy the process of learning and the ride life has to offer. I agree with you in saying that we only get so many rides around the sun before time runs out. That just adds more incentive to keep moving forward with massive action.

    Wishing everyone on this blog post a productive and financially strong 2013!

  6. Mike Finn says:

    Absolutely the best advice! Now is the time to make our move. I’ve made the move; I’m with you, Steve!